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May 6, 2013 Hazel Kahan
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Tidings from  Hazel Kahan interviews  Gary English , Founding Artistic Director of Connecticut Repertory Theatre and Distinguished Professor in Dramatic Arts at the University of Connecticut. More recently, he has been working as artistic director of The Freedom Theatre in Jenin Refugee Camp in Palestine’s occupied West Bank.  Gary describes the development of The Freedom Theatre in the context of the region's history and geography and explains the therapeutic role it plays for a...
Topics: The Freedom Theatre, Jenin refugee camp, Gary English, drama therapy, WPKN
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Apr 28, 2013 Hazel Kahan
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Hazel Kahan, host of North Fork Works, interviews Dominick Morreale, Aquebogue resident and author of  The Legend of Benny , a historical novel set on the North Fork on the eve of the Revolutionary War, and Off Plumb , located on Plum Island.  (May 1, 2013)
Topics: Dominick Morreale, Legend of Benny, Off Plumb, Plum Island, Revolutionary War, Hazel Kahan, WPKN,...
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Apr 28, 2013 Hazel Kahan
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Hazel Kahan, host of North Fork Works, interviews Dominick Morreale, Aquebogue resident and author of  The Legend of Benny , a historical novel set on the North Fork on the eve of the Revolutionary War, and Off Plumb , located on Plum Island.  (May 1, 2013)
Topics: Dominick Morreale, Legend of Benny, Off Plumb, Plum Island, Revolutionary War, Hazel Kahan, WPKN,...
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Apr 9, 2013 Hazel Kahan
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Tidings from Hazel Kahan Recorded in Lahore inMarch, 2013, Hydr Ibrahim, Pakistani architect and co founder of Resettling the Indus, talks about the grass roots social movement that is rebuilding flood- and war-ravaged villages in the Punjab, Sindh and South Waziristan regions of the Indus valley.
Topics: Resettling the Indus, RTI, Hydr Ibrahim, Nair Ali Dada, Indus civilization, floods 2010 2012,...
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Apr 3, 2013 Hazel Kahan
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Erin Schultz talks with Hazel Kahan about her life and work on the North Fork of the East End of Long Island.
Topics: Erin Schultz, North Fork Patch, Hazel Kahan, Tidings
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Apr 3, 2013 Hazel Kahan
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Erin Schultz, North Fork resident and former editor of northforkpatch talks about her life and work with Hazel Kahan on North Fork Works. 
Topics: erin schultz, north fork patch, hazel kahan, north fork works
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Apr 2, 2013 Hazel Kahan
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North Fork Works interview with Gideon D'Arcangelo, musician, designer, resident of Orient Village talks about Alan Lomax, Third Places and Song Swaps at Poquatuck Hall. 
Topics: Gideon D'Arcangelo, Song Swaps, ESI Design, Alan Lomax, Orient, Poquatuck Hall, Hazel Kahan, North...
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Mar 12, 2013 Hazel Kahan
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Tidings from Hazel Kahan interview with Shireen Pasha, leading Pakistani documentary film maker in which she talks about the history of Lahore (one of her film subjects and my birthplace!) and her perspective on the politics, philosophy and practice of making documentary films.
Topics: Shireen Pasha, National College of Arts, NCA, Resettling the Indus, Lahore, floods, Edward Said,...
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Feb 8, 2013 Hazel Kahan
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John Hill, notable Jungian analyst, at the International School of Analytical Psychology in Zurich, Switzerland, talks about apocalyptic psychology in the context of worldwide response to the Mayan calendar's "end of world" predictions. Despite the fact that these predictions have always proved false, John Hill tells us why they have always been with us and why they are likely to return again and again.
Topics: John Hill, ISAP, Jung, end of the world, Jungian analyst, Hazel Kahan, Tidings from Hazel Kahan,...
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Jan 20, 2013 Hazel Kahan
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Walter Purizaca, Peru native, Greenport resident, member of the Hispanic community, musician, flute maker and agricultural worker, talks on WPKN radio about his life and work on the North Fork. You will hear music composed by Walter and performed by him during the interview on flutes he has made.
Topics: Walter Purizaca, North Fork Works, Greenport, Hazel Kahan, North Fork Long Island, flute,...
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Jan 13, 2013 Hazel Kahan
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Autobiographical interview with two school friends from Woodstock School, Mussoorie, India about growing up as a Third Culture Kid.
Topics: Third Culture Kid, Midge Loehlin, Margaret Shaefer, Pat Sheafor, Woodstock School, Mussoorie, India
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Jan 8, 2013 Hazel Kahan
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Rob Hopkins, founder of the Transition Network, talks about an international movement of community-led response to climate change, resource depletion and fossil fuels.  Embraced by communities in  34 countries, including 130 (so far) in the US, the Transition model provides a sustainable  blueprint for communities learning to grow their own food, generate their own power, build their own homes with local materials and develop their own local economy through resilience to a...
Topics: Rob Hopkins, Transition Towns, Totnes, Tidings from Hazel Kahan, WPKN
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Dec 30, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Erin Schultz is editor of North Fork Patch and Mattituck resident.
Topics: North Fork Works, Hazel Kahan, Erin Schultz, North Fork Patch, Mattituck, WPKN, Tony Ernst
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Dec 6, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Interview with Yusuf, Palestinian worker from Batir, as Israelis began building the Wall around his village.
Topics: Tidings, Batir, Yusuf, Palestine village, Palestine, Occupation, Israel Wall
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Nov 14, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Medea Benjamin, co-founder of the peace group Code Pink, discusses her new book Drone Warfare: Killing by Remote Control and her recent protest delegation to Pakistan.
Topics: drones, drone warfare, Medea Benjamin, Code Pink, Pakistan, Tidings from Hazel Kahan, WPKN, Malala
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Nov 14, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Interview with Michael and Ingrid Edelson of Greenport, New York, about their dog Lordy, an Irish wolfhound who works as a therapy dog. Broadcast on WPKN radio.
Topics: Lordy, Irish wolfhound, Michael and Ingrid Edelson, Greenport, therapy dog, North Fork Works, Hazel...
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Sep 13, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Producer Catherine Komp and anchor Dorian Merina of Free Speech Radio News talk about FSRN's news gathering and editorial process, its virtual, commuting operations and its worker-run collective organizational structure. FSRN came into being in 2000 by striking reporters protesting the censorship policies of the Pacifica Network. FSR has been carried on WPKN since 2000 when it was started by striking reporters protesting censorship at Pacifica Network.
Topics: FSRN, Free Speech Radio News, Catherine Komp, Dorian Merina, Tidings from Hazel Kahan, WPKN
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Sep 2, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Rebecca Vilkomerson, Executive Director of Jewish Voice for Peace, talks about her own path to integrating her Jewish values with her political response to Israel's policies as well as the work her organization is doing to inform American consciousness and to influence US government policy about the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and East Jerusalem, its annexation of Gaza and Israel's policy toward its own Palestinian citizens.
Topics: Rebecca Vilkomerson, Jewish Voice for Peace, BDS, Tidings from Hazel Kahan
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Aug 7, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Interview with Nora Kramer, vegan and animal rights activist, Dallas coordinator for Mercy for Animals and founder of YEA camps, talks about her philosophy, her activism and her love of sports.
Topics: Nora Kramer, YEA camps, vegan, animal rights, Tidings from Hazel Kahan, Merc for Animals
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Jul 12, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Australian pilgrim Stephanie Dale talks about her book and her 1000-mile pilgrimage through the Balkans and Middle East with her 29-year old son, Ben.
Topics: Stephanie Dale, My Pilgrim's Heart, pilgrimage, pilgrim, Balkans, Jerusalem, Middle East
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Jun 16, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Interview with Usman Raza Jamil, lawyer, about Supreme Court case challenging international contracts for mining gold and copper at Reko-Diq site in Baluchistan.
Topics: Reko-Diq, Baluchistan, Supreme Court, Raza Kazim, Usman Kazim Jamil, Tidings, Hazel Kahan, WPKN
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May 10, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Ron Rothman, born and bred on the North Fork, owner of Rothman's Department Store and Gallery, musician, artist, photographer and author talks about the many ways he lives and works in Southold, on the east end of Long Island.
Topics: Ron Rothman, Southold, North Fork, east end Long Island, north fork works, Hazel Kahan, tidings
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May 10, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Ron Rothman, born and bred on the North Fork, owner of Rothman's Department Store and Gallery, musician, artist, photographer and author talks about the many ways he lives and works in Southold, on the east end of Long Island.
Topics: Ron Rothman, Southold, North Fork, east end Long Island, north fork works, Hazel Kahan, tidings
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May 10, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Ron Rothman, born and bred on the North Fork, owner of Rothman's Department Store and Gallery, musician, artist, photographer and author talks about the many ways he lives and works in Southold, on the east end of Long Island.
Topics: Ron Rothman, Southold, North Fork, east end Long Island, north fork works, Hazel Kahan, tidings
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May 10, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Ron Rothman, proprietor Rothman's Hardware Store and gallery, musician, host of musical events (including WPKN) and art shows, artist, author and Southold resident, talks about living and working on the North Fork.
Topics: North Fork Works, Southold, North Fork, Ron Rothman, Albert Einstein
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May 10, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Ron Rothman, born and bred on the North Fork, owner of Rothman's Department Store and Gallery, musician, artist, photographer and author talks about the many ways he lives and works in Southold, on the east end of Long Island.
Topics: Ron Rothman, North Fork, east end of long island, multiples, North Fork Works, Southold, Hazel Kahan
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May 10, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Ron Rothman, proprietor Rothmanâs Hardware Store and gallery, musician, host of musical events (including WPKN) and art shows, artist, author and Southold resident, talks about living and working on the North Fork of the east end of Long Island, New York.
Topics: North Fork Works, Southold, North Fork, Ron Rothman, Albert Einstein
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May 10, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Three Pakistani musicians speak about and perform their music.
Topics: Noor Zehra, sagar veena, Ali Noor, Noori, Sanjannagar, Irum Taukir, Sanjannagar Institute, Lahore,...
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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An interview with author Susan Nathan, the only Jew living in a town of 30,000 Arabs in northern Israel.  She talks about how how her own activism has changed from aggression to compassion and about the âdivideâ between Israelâs citizens--the 20% who are Palestinian Arabs and the Jewish majority.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, the other side of israel, susan nathan, activism, israel citizens
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Since I interviewed Dr. Sara Bhattacharji in India earlier this year, Iâve witnessed the raging debates surrounding healthcare in this country and searched for why Germany, India and the United States have such different approaches to healthcare.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, why isn't healthcare a human right, Dr Sara Bhattacharji, india, german,...
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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My interview with Nena Baker, investigative jounalist and author of the newly released paperback The Body Toxic, where she exposes the hazardous chemistry in the things we use every day and how they threaten the health and well-being of us all.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, the body toxic, nena baker, hazardous chemistry, health, well-being
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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David Nyce, furniture maker, musician, songwriter and Mayor of Greenport, New York is my first guest
Topics: north fork works, hazel kahan, david nyce, furniture maker, musician, songwriter, greenport, new...
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Bob Jester, chimney sweep, scientist, teacher and volunteer fireman
Topics: Bob Jester, chimney sweep, scientist, teacher, volunteer fireman
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Perhaps the repetitive pressure of much contemporary life has stimulated our appetites for the authentic and the spectacular, allowing the emergence of a new genre--dark tourism and the dark tourist, motivated by death and disaster and apocalypse rather than by sun and sea and sand and pastoral living, with even eco-tourism and adventure travel no longer stimulating enough.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, dark tourism
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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In the third and last part of this series, you will hear my conversation with Dr. Michael Conforti, a Jungian analyst, author and founder of the  Assisi Institute , who uses the theories of Carl Jung to develop his Archetypal Pattern Analysis in which he provides what he calls âa meaningful confluence between science, spirituality and psychologyâ. Using these lens, he shares with us his views of the crisis in our world.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, making sense of a world in crisis, part 3, Dr. Michael Conforti
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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In the second of a three-part series,  Andrew Harvey , a well known and distinguished mystic and scholar, a poet and a novelist, a translator of Rumi and, as architect of Sacred Activism and the Institute of Sacred Activism, a spiritual teacher and writer. He talks about the global crisis and the choices we face between, he says, suicide and transformation.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, making sense of a world in crisis, part 2, andrew harvey
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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In the third and last part of this series, you will hear my conversation with Dr. Michael Conforti, a Jungian analyst, author and founder of the  Assisi Institute , who uses the theories of Carl Jung to develop his Archetypal Pattern Analysis in which he provides what he calls âa meaningful confluence between science, spirituality and psychologyâ. Using these lens, he shares with us his views of the crisis in our world.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, making sense of a world in crisis, part 3, Dr. Michael Conforti
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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An interview with Dr. Sara Bhattacharjee of Christian Medical Collegeâs Low Cost Effective Care Unit located  in Vellore, Tamil Nadu in South India.  She talks about her philosophy and practice of primary health care and community medicine in the slums and villages of Vellore.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, health care is a human right, Dr. Sara Bhattacharjee, Christian Medical...
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Two American Jewish men, one a secular blogger and writer and the other, a deeply orthodox member of Neturei Karta, both with the family name Weiss, discuss the reasons they are anti-Zionists.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, zionism under attack, Neturei Karta
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Based in Ithaca, New York, Ithaca HOURS is one of more than 2,500 alternative money systems worldwide.  Steve Burke, president of the organization, explains how, by keeping the earning and spending of money local,  it enlivens the community and strengthens self-reliance.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, beyond barter, an alternative currency system, ithaca, new york, hours, steve...
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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This program was first broadcast in July, 2008 and will be re-broadcast on  WPKN  on December 9.  I wanted to find out what these two animal rights advocates, Nora Kramer and Nathan Runkle, have been doing since then.  They have been very, very busy and I am proud to report on their latest activities. To read more details and for links, please visit my  blog Link to  VegGuide  to find a vegetarian or vegan restaurant  or grocer near you.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, should we all be vegans, vegiguide.org, vegiguide, Nora Kramer, Nathan Runkle
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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This program was first broadcast in July, 2008 and re-broadcast on  WPKN  on December 16.  I wanted to find out what these two vegans and animal rights advocates, Paul Shapiro and Lauren Olernas have been doing since then.  They have been very, very busy and I am proud to report on their latest activities. To read more details and for links, please visit my  blog . Link to  VegGuide  to find a vegetarian or vegan restaurant  or grocer near you.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, should we all be vegans, update #2, vegiguide.org, vegiguide, Paul Shapiro,...
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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âThereâs No Such Place As Home!â I conclude in a conversation with two schoolfriends who, like me, grew up in India and Pakistan and, like me, are third culture kids, also known as global nomads.  Photos and text on  blog .
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, there's no such place as home
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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I ask healthcare professionals what it's like to be dying and how much we can ever know about that experience.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, what is dying like, death, experience
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Lucia René, author, mystic and ordained Buddhist monk speaks about her new book Unplugging the Patriarchy: A mystical journey into the heart of a new age.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, unpligging the patriarchy, Lucia René
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Dr. Adel Manna, academic and author, talks about the mounting challenges of being a member of the 20% minority of Palestinian Arabs who are also citizens of Israel.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, inside israel's palestinian minority, dr adel manna
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Ayeda Ayed is a Toronto-based Palestinian-Canadian expert on the culture of the Arab-speaking world.  A performer herself, she describes the Palestinian music scene and its most significant women musicians.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, palestinian women make music, music, toronto, ayeda ayed
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Bill McKibben, a leading environmentalist, activist, author and leader of 350.org talks about how we have altered planet earth  and what we can do to sustain ourselves on it.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, living on an altered planet, bill mckibben
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Observations and interviews from my trip to Lahore in April, 2011 provide some insight into who is educating Pakistanâs children when the state fails to provide this education.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, pakistan, children, education
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Julian Treasure of  The Sound Agency  talks about how and why sound--from noise to music--affects our lives and what he is doing to create soundscapes to counteract the negative and increase the positive contributions that sound can make to our world.  Julian spoke to Tidingsfrom his office in London.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, julian treasure, sound affects, the sound agency, noise, music, life
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Susan Abulhawa, Palestinian author and activist, talks about her first novel,  the multigenerational story of a Palestinian family, set in the Jenin refugee camp.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, mornings in jenin, susan abulhawa, jenin
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Writer, blogger, political analyst and adherent of Sufi thought, Raza Rumi reveals to us a Pakistan that the mainstream media has failed to provide.  Raza spoke to us from his home in Lahore.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, Raza Rumi, pakistan
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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In this updated interview with Robert Massoud, founder of Zatoun, a Toronto-based organization dedicated to supporting Palestineâs olive farmers, I ask him how the situation has changed since 2008, when we first spoke.  I am unhappy to report that things have seriously deteriorated in the past three years.
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, palestinian olive tree, robert massoud, zatoun
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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Do you know where your passport is?  Listen and you'll hear my personal reflections along with what my son, grandson and two friends have told me about their feelings about their passports.  Could my neurotic feelings be a legacy from my refugee parents?
Topics: Tidings, Hazel Kahan, passport, reflections
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Apr 5, 2012 Hazel Kahan
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I speak with psychotherapist Avigail Abarbanel who explains how she would analyze the Israeli nation.
Topics: avigail abarbanel, tidings, hazel kahan, psychotherapist, israel
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In this first of a three-part series, two conversations: the first with  John Daido Loori,  current abbot of the  Zen Mountain Monastery  in upstate New York, who analyses our current global crisis from a Zen Buddhist perspective;  the second with Peter Russell , a writer and speaker who examines the tumult and crisis of our world in terms of our belief systems and the part that a developed consciousness can play in liberating our minds.
Topics: tidings, crisis, hazel kahan, john daido loon, peter russel